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Shrewsbury boys’ hockey loses to Wachusett, 4-2

Shrewsbury High School's Jack Quinlivan (#4, shooter) unleashes a slap shot with Wachusett Regional High School's Marc Happy (#8, right rear) and Colin Bennie (#22, center rear) moving in.

Westborough – Two undefeated boys” hockey team – Shrewsbury High School (SHS) and Wachusett Regional High School (WR) – ?battled it out Dec. ?22 at the Northstar Youth Forum in Westborough.

The first period was all WR with goals by Matt Cappucci (assisted by Ryan Merrill), Marc Happy (assisted by Jack Watkins and Colin Bennie), and Watkins (assisted by Happy and Bennie) to give the Mountaineers a ?3-0 lead.

Shrewsbury finally got on the board with a goal by Nick Franchi (assisted by Dan Quinlivan and David Belbin) at 10:02 of the second period, which ended 3-1 in WR's favor.

SHS's David Belbin (assisted by Scott Beals and Quinlivan) scored in the third but an empty net goal by Happy gave WR the win, 4-2.? (Photos/Chris Wraight)

Shrewsbury High School's Dave Belbin (#25, center) goes after the loose puck along with Wachusett Regional High School's Marc Happy (#8, right).

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